Last stop of the Southern campus visit journey- the Charlotte area.  I was excited and impressed with the leadership, administration, academics, student life and campus environs related to several schools. Take a look at their distinguishing characteristics: 1)Davidson University-Admissions/Most Selective, 1674 full time students, 12:1 Student/Faculty ratio, NCAA Division I, Popular Majors-English, History, Biology, Economics, Political Science; 2) University of North Carolina/Charlotte– Admissions/Selective, 14826 full time students, 15:1 Student/Faculty Ratio, NCAA Division I, Most Popular Majors- Business, Education, Engineering, Psychology, Communications; 3) Queens University of Charlotte-Admissions/Selective, 1106 full time students, 12:1 Student/Faculty Ratio, NCAA Division II, Most Popular Majors- Business, Health, Communications, Psychology, Education; 4)Wingate University– Admissions/Selective, 1407 full time students, 13:1 Student/Faculty Ratio, NCAA Division II, Most Popular Majors-Business, Parks/Recreation/Fitness, Education. The admissions offices of each of these schools were extremely engaging and approachable!  And speaking of engaging,  Johnson and Wales University– a renowned school for the Culinary Arts, hosted a not to be missed dinner reception. The food was superb! The school also offers undergraduate degrees in Business and Hospitality. With the rental car safely back at Hertz, I was ready to be off the road and in the classroom at the IECA semi-annual conference. Stay tuned for highlights…

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